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Photo credit: Jimmy Essex (Photo by Bettina John)

‘GHBoy’ now available to stream online

The production's run was cut short at Charing Cross Theatre.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

After a limited engagement at Charing Cross Theatre last year, GHBoy will now go online, it has been announced. GHBoy is now available to stream on-demand for an open-ended run from 1 March.

Paul Harvard's debut play is set in East London, with rumours of an unnamed killer being spread around the community. At the same time, Robert tries to turn his back on addiction, battling his subconscious.

Producer James Quaife said: "After our run of GHBoy was delayed and then cut short by lockdowns last year, we were determined to bring the production to those that were unable to catch it in person. We are so proud of this company production and so, even with minimal equipment and no time to reset scenes for camera, we really wanted to share this recording... to enjoy at home."

The production features Sylvester Akinrolabu, Geoff Aymer, Marc Bosch, Jimmy Essex, Devesh Kishore, Aryana Ramkhalawon and Nicola Sloane. Jon Pashley directs GHBoy, with the production filmed at Charing Cross Theatre.

GHBoy is available from 1 March. For more information, read here.

Photo credit: Jimmy Essex (Photo by Bettina John)


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